Last year, fans found a golden peyote plant in GTA V that could transform players into Sasquatch. This discovery was actually the tip of the iceberg of a much larger, way more ridiculous mystery.
It’s hard to dispute the existence of the mythical creature known as the Yeti, or Bigfoot, or Sasquatch, when you can buy a totally legit can of Yeti meat from ThinkGeek for just $10. What else do you think all those super strong Everest Sherpas have been eating? Spinach?
Because every time there's a new viral Bigfoot video, we can't stop ourselves from watching it, skepticism be damned. This one, at least, contains some lovely views of Yellowstone National Park, where the geysers are majestic and the buffalo roam ... and maybe Sasquatch (keep your eyes on the trees) do, too.
Sorry to bum you out on a Friday, but the SkyMall Catalog has filed for bankruptcy. This news suggests that despite the catalog's airline seat-pocket ubiquity, there simply wasn't a robust market for its odd array of gadgets, replica suits of armor, and truly bizarre garden statuary.
One of the cryptozoology world's most polarizing figures, Tom Biscardi, is planning an IPO to help fund his ongoing search for Bigfoot.
Only four days into 2015, and we already did it. We caught Big Foot. What a year!
Though the chairman of the Department of Biological Sciences at Idaho State University is careful to note, "It is not a course on Bigfoot. It is a course on anthropology," ISU will nevertheless be offering an experimental class titled "The Relict Hominoid Inquiry." Which is kinda a course on Bigfoot. Sorta.
'Tis the season for year-end stories wrapping up the cultural and political goings-on of 2014. So why not ... "The Year in Bigfoot"?
Because whenever Bigfoot makes the news, it's news you can use. Multiple British tabloids are reporting on the recent findings of one Adam Bird, who claims to have captured evidence of a mysterious beast lumbering through the Lincolnshire woods.
Eduardo Sánchez, director of the Blair Witch Project has returned to the found footage genre with a Bigfoot horror movie. Who cares if the shaky-cam POV market is saturated; this is a movie about a murderous Bigfoot! And yes, Bigfoot totally looks like a guy in a suit. Watch.
So apparently scientists (see: liars) are now certain there is no Bigfoot, Sasquatch, or Yetis. They are claiming that DNA tests have shown that alleged yeti samples are in fact samples from other species. Supposedly, fair and unbiased (yeah, right) peers reviewed their findings and supported the research. But we…
An unprecedented peer-reviewed genetic survey of more than 30 biological hair samples purportedly left behind by either Bigfoot or the Yeti shows they actually came from creatures considerably less mysterious... such as bears, horses, and cows.
When do you need to tell a prospective buyer your house is haunted? Where do you need a license to practice necromancy or to be reincarnated? And where can you file a lawsuit against a supernatural being? These real-life laws will tell you all that and more.
At 10 feet tall and up to 1,200 pounds, the aptly-named Gigantopithecus blacki were the largest apes the world has ever seen. These beasts went extinct some 100,000 years ago, and surprisingly, they may have been taken down by a diet that was too rich in fruit.
Monster-hunter Rick Dyer claims he shot and killed Bigfoot — because that's what you do when you find a shy, rare creature — and is now touring the country with its dead body. Today he released this picture of his Bigfoot trophy.
Does Sasquatch (or Sasquatches) really exist? That question has been hotly debated by the scientific community for decades. But now, one Idaho State University cryptozoological team is hoping to finally provide a definitive answer—using this autonomous blimp outfitted with NASA-quality photographic equipment.
After five years of research, a group calling itself the Sasquatch Genome Project has released footage of what it says is a female Bigfoot sleeping in the woods. And yes, this is the same group that published the Bigfoot genome in a journal they themselves founded.
If you've ever wondered where the true home of sasquatch might be, then this visualization of sightings could help you track the mythical beast down.
Last November, some geneticists claimed to have sequenced the genome of Bigfoot. People were skeptical. So were all the peer-reviewed journals they tried to publish in. Just couldn't get the damn thing printed.